What If … Iron Man was a Medieval Knight From Beast Kingdom?!

Tony Stark has been a lot of things. A hero, hologram, sorta-villain, mentor, icon, and now a medieval knight? We spotted a new action figure from Beast Kingdom today over at the Big Bad Toy Store. Yup, the company’s new Dynamic 8ction Heroes toy is Iron Man, envisioned as a knight from the days of yore.

Iron Man’s signature red and gold color scheme decked this knight of the round arc reactor. He stands at nearly 8″ tall and commands a king’s ransom of $144.99 and $169.99 depending on the version.

Though he may be from several hundred years ago, Tony still has several tricks up his sleeves. Using a combination of mysticism and mechanical know-how, this Iron Man is armed to the teeth.

The deluxe version comes with a few more accessories, including a jet pack, smoke effects, a spear, and mystical wobbly light thingies!

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Everything that comes with the standard release:

  • Medieval Knight Iron Man figure
  • 2 Interchangeable head sculpts
  • 4 Pairs of interchangeable hands
  • Pair of wrist artilleries
  • Sword
  • Sheath
  • Shield
  • Effect part
  • Figure stand

The complete list of accessories for the deluxe version:

  • Medieval Knight Iron Man figure
  • 2 Interchangeable head sculpts
  • 3 Pairs of interchangeable hands
  • Pair of wrist artilleries
  • Sword
  • Sheath
  • Shield
  • Jetpack
  • Spear
  • 2 Matchlock firearms (long & short)
  • 2 Lightning special effects
  • Set of special long grass effects
  • Set of energy special effects (for hands and spear)
  • Set of smoke screen effects
  • Figure stand

The two variants will be shipping in March 2022. So what do you think of this interpretation of Tony Stark’s Iron Man? Should a Wild West version be next? Or maybe a Viking Iron Man who somehow can also wield Mjölnir?

Let us know your thoughts, opinions, wishes, dreams, and such in the comments section.

[Source: Big Bad Toy Store]

 


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